For the past weeks, the news of David O. Oyedepo who is a Nigerian preacher, Christian author, businessman, architect, and the founder and presiding Bishop of the megachurch Faith Tabernacle in Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria, and Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners' Chapel International who had sacked some of his pastors for being unproductive and unprofitable had gone viral on the social media.
The circumstances surrounding, and their likely fate has no doubt been the thoughts of every Nigerian. However, in a video, the Bishop has reacted again by asking his critics to keep quiet and face their job.
According to LindaIkejiblog who posted it on their verified social media page, the Bishop queried people saying he should build factories instead of churches by asking if they are making their budgets on another man's business. According to the report, the Bishop gave more insight into why over 40 pastors from his church were sacked which has made Nigerians talking.
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